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BREAKS & THEFTS
REPORTS & ARRESTS
A 36-year-old Two Wells man was ar-
rested by Gawler police for aggravated
assault on October 10.
A 24-year-old Salisbury North man was
reported by Gawler police for misusing a
motor vehicle on October 7.
A 40-year-old Ascot Park man was re-
ported by Gawler police for misusing a
motor vehicle and driving in a dangerous
manner on October 7. The vehicle was
impounded for 28 days.
A 22-year-old Gawler West man was
reported by Gawler police for theft on
A 37-year-old Lyndoch woman was re-
ported by Gawler police for driving un-
registered and unlicensed on October 9.
The vehicle was impounded for 28 days.
A 23-year-old man was reported by
Gawler police for driving unregistered and
speeding with a blood-alcohol reading of
0.064 on October 10.
A 20-year-old Fairview Park man was
reported by Gawler police for driving
disqualified on October 10.
A 37-year-old Gawler South woman was
reported for driving unregistered, uninsured
and unlicensed on October 10.
A 34-year-old Davoren Park man was
reported by Gawler police for aggravat-
ed assault and threatening to harm on
A 42-year-old Tanunda man was arrested
by Nuriootpa police for disorderly behav-
iour and resisting arrest in Tanunda on
A 28-year-old man was arrested by
Nuriootpa police for possessing amphet-
amines, cannabis, steroids and ecstasy for
sale in Angaston on October 12.
A 20-year-old Williamstown man was
arrested by Williamstown police for two
counts of serious criminal trespass on
A 44-year-old Willaston man was re-
ported by Williamstown police for driv-
ing while disqualified on October 9.
A 62-year-old Eudunda man was
reported by Nuriootpa police for record-
ing a blood-alcohol reading of 0.115 in
Kapunda on October 12. He was issued
with an instant loss of licence and had his
ANGASTON -- A letterbox was stolen
from a residence on French Street between
October 4 and 5.
EVANSTON -- A handbag containing a
wallet and contents were stolen from a vehi-
cle on Witney Street on October 9.
EVANSTON -- A guitar, amp, acous-
tic guitar, PlayStation and binoculars were
stolen from a house on Longford Street be-
tween October 7 and 8.
EVANSTON PARK -- Two large ceramic
pots containing plants were stolen from the
front yard of a Mueller Drive premises be-
tween October 6 and 7.
GAWLER -- Entry was gained to a Marsh
Avenue premises and a large television was
stolen between October 1 and 8.
GAWLER SOUTH -- Cash was stolen
from two business premises on Adelaide
Road between October 3 and 7. Gawler po-
lice are making further enquiries.
GAWLER WEST -- A gas cylinder was
stolen from a house on Gosford Street be-
tween October 3 and 6.
GAWLER WEST -- Front and rear
number-plates were stolen on Peel Street
between October 9 and 12.
HEWETT -- Two sets of keys to two ve-
hicles were stolen from a Goldfinch Way
house on October 12. One car was later
found burnt out at Shea-Oak Log.
NURIOOTPA -- A headlight was stolen
from a bicycle parked at a Penrice Road resi-
dence on October 8.
NURIOOTPA -- A boat motor was stolen
from a Railway Terrace residence between
September 13 and October 4.
TANUNDA -- A scooter was stolen from
a residence on Para Road between October
6 and 7. The scooter was later found on the
same street with damage to the ignition bar-
rel.TANUNDA -- Entry was gained to a
residence on Homburg Street and money,
cameras, gaming consoles and jewellery was
stolen on October 8.
TANUNDA -- A blue trailer was stolen
from a business on Murray Street between
October 5 and 7. The trailer has 'Easy Trail-
ers' written on the side with SA registration
TANUNDA -- A hard-drive was stolen
from a business premises on Murray Street
between October 4 and 7.
TANUNDA -- Two spotlights were
stolen from a motor home parked on
Lehmann Road between September 9 and
TANUNDA -- Two roosters and 10 silky
white and black bantams were stolen from a
residence on Murray Street between Octo-
TWO WELLS -- Seven gates and locks
were stolen by unbolting the gates from
strainer posts on Port Gawler Road between
October 10 and 11.
GAWLER police are investigating a robbery
at Evanston on Thursday night where a man
At about 9.15pm, the victim was walking along
Main North Road when he was approached by a
man, pictured, and hit with a hard object, before
the suspect stole cash and ran away.
The suspect is described as Caucasian with a
tanned complexion, aged in his late 30s, about
172cm tall with a slim build and shaved head.
He was wearing a black hooded jumper with
a New Zealand silver fern emblem on the front,
blue shorts, black shoes and had another black
jumper wrapped around his waist.
Anyone who recognises the suspect is asked to
call Crime Stoppers (1800 333 000), or online
TWO deliberately-lit fires
in the Barossa area last week
are a timely reminder of the
dangers faced by locals this
fire season, according to
Last Monday, a fire was dis-
covered on a pathway near a
playground adjacent to the
Mount Crawford Road and
Springton Road intersections
Although only small, the
fire is being treated as suspi-
cious, with police urging the
public to come forward if they
Several days later, on Fri-
day, a small fire was lit on the
roadside of Gomersal Road,
Gomersal, causing 100 metres
of grass to burn.
Barossa police Chief Inspec-
tor Alex Zimmermann said
the incidents could have been
disastrous given the warmer
weather and "increased fuel
load" in the area.
"An event like that, the im-
plications can be horrendous,
there can be fatalities," he
"From time to time we do
see this unfortunate behav-
Chief Inspector Zimmer-
mann said such fires were rare
in the Barossa and Gawler ar-
eas but still had the potential
to be devastating.
"Over the past few years
we have seen deliberately-lit
fires, both in the towns, on
the outskirts and in more re-
mote places...a lot of these
people start fires on the verge
of roads," he said.
"While there has not been a
huge number of fires, we need
to make sure we are prepared
if one does occur."
Chief Inspector Zimmer-
mann reminded the public to
be vigilant, particularly around
the Williamstown area.
"We would like to remind
people that if they see anyone
acting suspiciously to contact
police, if they see any smoke
or what they believe is a fire
they should immediately con-
tact the CFS," he said.
"If they see people in loca-
tions acting suspiciously, they
should take notes, report the
incident and give us as many
details as they can, appearance
and vehicle registration num-
ber, if possible.
"For their own safety, they
should not confront the per-
son, just call police, that is our
POLICE were kept busy
on Gawler's roads last
week, reporting a num-
ber of motorists for poor
Last Tuesday, a 24-year-old
Salisbury North man was re-
ported by Gawler police for
misuse of a motor vehicle.
The same day, a 40-year-
old Ascot Park man was re-
ported for misuse of a motor
vehicle, driving in a danger-
ous manner and without due
care, with his vehicle im-
pounded for 28 days.
Several days later, Gawler
police reported a 37-year-old
Lyndoch woman for driving
unregistered and unlicensed
on October 9.
Her vehicle was also im-
pounded for 28 days.
The next day, on Friday, a
23-year-old Gawler man was
reported for drink-driving
after recording a reading of
He was also reported for
driving unregistered, exceed-
ing the speed limit and not
The same day, a 20-year-
old Fairview Park man was
reported for driving disquali-
fied after he was detected by
police driving along High
Street, Gawler East.
Also on October 10, a 37-
year-old Gawler South wom-
an was reported for driving
unregistered, uninsured and
TANUNDA has been
plagued by another spate
of thefts and break-ins over
the past week, with a num-
ber of items stolen, includ-
ing a selection of prized
silky bantam chickens.
Ten silky bantams, as well
as two roosters, were stolen
overnight between October 8
and 9 last week from a Murray
The same night a number of
items, including cash, cameras,
gaming consoles and jewellery,
were stolen from a Homburg
Two nights before, be-
tween October 6 and 7, a
scooter was stolen from a
Para Road residence and was
later found on the same street,
with damage to the ignition
A blue trailer was stolen
from a business on Murray
Street earlier in the week, be-
tween October 5 and 7.
Its SA registration was YGT-
347 and it had 'Easy Trailers'
written on the side.
The final theft was be-
tween October 4 and 7 when
a hard-drive was stolen from a
business premises on Murray
Barossa police Chief In-
spector Alex Zimmermann
reminded the public to make
sure their properties were se-
cure, to prevent further thefts.
The information we require includes:
• Date of birth
• Where the baby was born
• Names of the people in
• Suburb of the family
Thefts plague Tanunda
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